The Bishop of the Koforidua Diocese of the Anglican Church, Rt Rev Felix Odei Annancy has appealed to Christian road contractors to be guided by the principles of their faith in their work.

He urged them to use the quality of their work to win people for their faith and have the development of the country at heart.

Rt Rev Annacy regretted that many of the roads constructed get deteriorated within some few months thereby putting lives of people in danger.

Rt Rev Annacy was speaking in his Chritmas message at the St. Peters Anglican Cathedral at Koforidua on Christmas day.

He advised the youth to be careful of politicians who lured them to create chaos in the country no matter what they were offered.

He reminded them that in times of crises, everybody was a potential victim and could fall.

Bishop Annancy urged all to be guided by the Christmas message of love and forgiveness and focus more on things that united.

Bishop Annancy called on Christians to reach out to the needy, the sick and the rejected during the Christmas festivities and show them the love of Jesus Christ.

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